Grateful Dead Live at Capital Centre on 1982-09-15
- Grateful Dead
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Playing In The Band ->
Crazy Fingers ->
Little Red Rooster
Dupree's Diamond Blues
Beat It On Down The Line
It Must Have Been The Roses ->
Playing In The Band Jam ->
Let It Grow ->
Keep Your Day Job
Shakedown Street ->
Lost Sailor ->
Saint Of Circumstance ->
Not Fade Away ->
Stella Blue ->
Around And Around ->
Touch Of Grey
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|Playin' in the Band >|
|Crazy Fingers >|
|Playing In The Band Jam #1 >|
|Little Red Rooster|
|Dupree's Diamond Blues >|
|Beat it on Down the Line|
|It Must Have Been the Roses >|
|Playing In The Band Jam #2 >|
|Let it Grow >|
|Keep Your Day Job|
|crowd & tuning|
|Shakedown Street >|
|Playing In The Band Jam #3 >|
|Lost Sailor >|
|Saint of Circumstance >|
|Drums// (tape flip)|
|Not Fade Away >|
|Stella Blue >|
|Around and Around >|
|Touch of Grey|
Note on source: This is the same Aud MAC that provided the patches
for both ShnID's 8550 and 11881. I obtained these discs from Jim
Wise in 2001 around the time the sources were patched together, so
here is the Aud presented in its complete form. I took the source
info from the text file in ShnID-8550. Thanks for the discs Jim!
The first notes of Playin' are slightly clipped. There's a tape
flip in Drums which cuts into the beginning of the Jam. Touch of
Grey sounds different, and appears to be from a different Aud
source. I made some adjustments on that track with Soundforge
so it would more closely resemble the rest of the recording.
- 2008-03-09 19:21:22
- CDR > EAC > WavMerge > Soundforge (on d2t12) > CD-Wave > TLH v.184.108.40.206 (for SBE-OK, FLAC compression, and checksums) > FLAC
- Landover , MD
- Run time
- "Recorded by Tiger Rose, FOB Nak shotgun mics > Sony TC-D5. MAC > CD Analog to Digital transfer by David Howard."
- Taped by
- Tiger Rose
- Transferred by
- David Howard and Andrew F
- Capital Centre
Subject: primo show
my first time backstage, and then back to the hotel 'hospitality suite' -- what an eye-opener (!)... thanks to my buddy, frank streeter, for that hook-up, and then getting us in backstage in portland two nights later.
80-82 just about my fav era, and this show captures the grateful dead in peak form.
Subject: Amazing, pure and simple
Subject: best recording of the early 80s
check out the space > jam > NFA
might need to resole your brain after that one!
Subject: Excellent sounding
We got the east coast break out of Crazy Fingers. Lucky to catch all of them in 82.
Subject: Reliving the Past
The Shakedown brought back some good memories, as did the first ever Touch of Gray as an encore.
I miss those days!
Subject: Mics sound like they are onstage
Really digging fall 82 lately, the setlists were heavy on crazy fingers and playin. This has some very unique combinations and have enjoyed it a few times in the past few weeks.
Subject: WHERE DID THE FIRST SET GO?
Subject: Playing Extravaganza!
This was my fifth show. I managed to catch 3 of the first four of this tour, missing Charlottesville, which was closest to my home. I drove a motorcycle to the show from North Carolina, meeting some friends who went ahead. Serendipity hits as we simultaneously pull into parking stalls next to each other. I remember cops on horses and an otherwise strong police presence.
The first set is unique and very well played. I love the Crazy Fingers. Even as a newbie I could tell these were the types of shows that kept bringing you back for more.
The second set starts off with a nice Shakedown>brief Playing jam. It is too bad the reprise never came nor did any of the Playing Jams go for long or far. Great Sailor/Saint and just like that Drums. Not really much of a space but a building jam into NFA that is quite good. Nice read on Stella, particularly the outro jam. First Touch of Grey sent me and my folks home happy. I am playing Playing through Day Job on my radio show this week. Peace
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